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Week of  January 19, 2019

Featured Events

Spanish Classes       Begin January 16
Class level I will be for those who are starting out and will be from 6 to 7:30 PM Thursday nights. Class level II will be for those who took the first class last semester and will be from 12:30 to 2 PM on Thursday. If you have had Spanish previously, you may be able to join the level II class. The classes are $150 for 8 session and the fees will be due on or before the first class. For more information, contact Carol Coffman at Hablas Espanol? Location: Kol Shofar 215 Blackfield Drive Tiburon.

Trans HeartLine Update       Sunday January 26, 11:15am
A year ago, Jordan Decker was with us to share some of his personal journey and introduce us to his new non-profit, Trans HeartLine, a place of healing following gender confirmation surgery. It has been quite a year for Jordan and this organization, and he will share an update with us on the 26th.

Women Connecting       Tuesday, January 28, 6:30pm
Our group of women meet monthly to respond to a relevant faith/life question over dinner. PLEASE NOTE NEW LOCATION. We will meet at: Redwoods Presbyterian Church 110 Magnolia Avenue Larkspur. Our presenter this month is Rev. Stephanie Ryder, Pastor of Redwoods, and her topic is “How do we recognize God in our midst?” RSVP to Judy Friede at or (484) 343 1777.

Open-Hearted Communication Workshop       Saturday, February 8, 10-4
This workshop will help difficult conversations become productive ones. Learn how to listen compassionately, speak with clarity, change unhelpful patterns, and avoid repetitive arguments with those of different viewpoints. Great for one’s personal life and one’s functioning within an organization. WPC discounted fee: $50 (additional scholarships may be available). Contact to register. Space is limited; WPC Sanctuary.

Upcoming Events and Speakers

Yoga for Spiritual Well-Being       Mondays, 9:30am
This contemplative, all-level yoga class explores yoga basics. Go to erinelliottyoga.com for more details, a five-minute video overview, as well as updates to her ongoing schedule. Currently hosted by Congregation Kol Shofar at 215 Blackfield Dr. Tiburon. Suggested donation, $15. (Please note, due to the MLK Jr. Holiday, class will not be held on Monday 1/20.)

Bible Study       Tuesdays, January 21, February 4 & 18, 6:00pm
Rob will be teaching the Bible study class on the Gospel of Mark; 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month.

Gifts       Wednesday, January 22, 9:30am
At the beginning of the new year we will consider the gifts that we bring to others and that we receive from others. Gifts, given and received enrich us, our beloved community and our world. Facilitated by Ted Scott.

Congregational Meeting       Sunday, February 2, 11:00am
We will review the 2020 budget, vote on pastor salaries, and elect new Elders and Deacons. Childcare provided.

Youth Events

RECLAIM All Youth Weekend       February 21 – 23
Signups have begun for our RECLAIM weekend. With special guests, music, games and service projects throughout the community it will be the best weekend of the school year. Cost is $75. Sign up at: https://forms.gle/E8zYqtEwpmgjHjvu6 or Contact

For Your Information

Women's Retreat       March 13-14
Save the date for WPC's third annual Women's Retreat! We will gather at St. Columba's Retreat House in Inverness for a time of learning and sharing facilitated by the Rev. Stephanie Ryder. Registration details coming soon.

Lake Tahoe Retreat Save the Dates       September 6-10
Come to this part of the world that brings so many of us joy in a new way. Using Zephyr Point Retreat Center as our “base camp” we’ll spend our days with various excursions, exploring the connection of the human spirit to the earth, engaging in spiritual practices, and learning about challenges facing the region. Please let Rob know if you might be interested.

Spiritual Life Book Group       Coming Soon
A WPC book group is forming with a focus on spirituality. Our first book selection is "Falling Upward: A Spirituality for the Two Halves of Life by Richard Rohr." We plan to start this group in February. Register your interest with either Coral Kisseberth ( ) or Steffen Bartschat ( ). We will coordinate a mutually convenient time and place for our meetings.